The Nikon Z 17-28mm f/2.8 is a compact, fast-aperture, ultra-wide zoom for Nikon Z-Mount cameras. Key features include:
Only for Nikon Z-mount cameras
Great for vlogging, landscapes, and architecture
Advanced optical design; fast constant aperture
Stepping autofocus system with full-time manual focus
Nikon Z System. The Nikon Z 17-28mm f/2.8 was designed specifically for cameras in Nikon’s Z-mount system. Z-mount lenses only work with Z-mount cameras, and Z-mount cameras are only compatible with Z-mount lenses.
Fast-Aperture Ultra-Wide Zoom. The 17-28mm f/2.8 provides an ultra-wide zoom range in a compact package, making it perfect for vlogging, landscape photography, architectural photography, hand-held photography, and all-day shoots. The relatively fast f/2.8 aperture offers some shallow depth of field, while allowing you to keep shooting even when the lights get dim. Using a DX-mount camera? You’ll get a 25.5-42mm equivalent focal-length range.
Stepping Autofocus System. This lens’s autofocus system gives you fast, accurate performance throughout the zoom range. This system’s stepping motor provides smooth, nearly silent performance that’s particularly suited to video applications. You also get full-time manual focusing for precision adjustments, while the internal-focusing design means that the lens maintains its length during focusing.
Advanced Optics. The 17-28mm’s eleven-group/thirteen-element optical system includes three aspherical elements, two extra-low dispersion elements, and one super extra-low dispersion element for sharpness, clarity, and accurate color rendering throughout the zoom range. A rounded nine-blade diaphragm helps produce pleasing bokeh when you’re using shallow depth-of-field and selective-focus techniques.
High-Quality Build. This lens’s durable, dust- and moisture-resistant construction means you can use it in adverse conditions without worry. The exposed elements have an antifouling coating to protect them from debris and smearing. A programmable control ring lets you adjust manual focus, aperture, or exposure compensation.
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